On Friday (May 6), the Department of Treasury announced its decision to deny the Central States, Southeast and Southwest Areas Pension Fund (CSPF) application to cut the pensions of thousands of Teamsters Union retirees. The union applauds this decision, and will continue to work with members of Congress to find a solution to the pension crisis.
Local 391 published another edition of the Voice of Teamsters, the official newsletter of this Union. Look for it in your mailbox this week.
"It's important that we include information and news that is relevant to our members in multiple formats," said President Mike McGaha.
Each month, Shelby Moore works about 160 hours as a Guilford County Schools special-education bus driver who also conducts training about bus safety. She earns just under $1,400.
That amount hasn’t changed in recent years. And most of it — about 60 percent — goes to pay her mortgage.